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[[User:Chloe|Chloe]] is the master of this slick tool. Indeed, her Master's Defense on June 2, 2010 was the inspiration for creating this wiki page. More info at [http://prezi.com/ Prezi.com]. Maybe Chloe will post her talk on this wiki one day. Software is for Mac and Windows only. Students can get the middle-level version for free.
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[[User:Chloe|Chloe]] is the master of this slick tool. Indeed, her Master's Defense on June 2, 2010 was the inspiration for creating this wiki page. More info at [http://prezi.com/ Prezi.com]. You can see her presentation [http://students.washington.edu/cbracis/Site/Thesis_Defense.html here]. Offline presentations are officially supported for Mac and Windows only, but can be [http://stick.gk2.sk/blog/2010/05/prezi-offline-in-linux/ tweaked to run on Linux]. Students can get the middle-level version for free.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:34, 7 June 2010

QERMies have explored a variety of tools for making presentations. This page is intended as a place to record some of their findings and advice. Here are some software options that have been used in QERM presentations:

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Prezi

Chloe is the master of this slick tool. Indeed, her Master's Defense on June 2, 2010 was the inspiration for creating this wiki page. More info at Prezi.com. You can see her presentation here. Offline presentations are officially supported for Mac and Windows only, but can be tweaked to run on Linux. Students can get the middle-level version for free.

LaTeX/Beamer

Good for those who use LaTeX already. Some tips are in this wiki at LaTeX/Beamer.

Keynote

Apple's product that seems to be well liked. Wikipedia description

PowerPoint

Widely used with plenty of advice elsewhere on the web. Wikipedia description

Impress

A somewhat inferior PowerPoint-like tool that has a few advantages, like being free, cross-platform, and supporting more formats. Wikipedia description

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